Financial Aid Forms
1098-T Forms (Tuition Statements)
Clark College provides documentation of tuition to eligible students every year through 1098-T forms, also called Tuition Statements. Paper copies of these forms are mailed to the address students have on file in MyClark by January 31 of every year. Please note that, while they are mailed by that date, they may arrive in the mail a few days afterward.
Please note: If you received financial aid in the form of grants (do not have to repay) and that aid completely covered your tuition, you will not receive a 1098-T.
Online versions of the 1098-T form are posted in students’ MyClark accounts. That information is now available. Students may access them by visiting the Current Students page, logging into their MyClark@ctcLink account, and looking under the “Financial Account” tile.
If you are unable to find your 1098-T form or have questions about its delivery, please call 360-992-2343.
- Financial Aid Appeal
Required to appeal a suspension of financial aid if extenuating circumstances prevented you from successfully completing the quarter.
- Request for Reinstatement
Required if you have completed and paid for credits on your own to clear a suspension.
- Request for Financial Aid Extension
Required if you have a Bachelor’s degree, or would like the original approval of Maximum Credit Appeal to be re-evaluated. A committee will review your request to determine if you are eligible to receive funding.
- Financial Aid Change Form
Required if you need to request changes to your financial aid award or do not plan on attending.
- Consortium Agreement
An agreement between two colleges that allows a student to enroll in program required courses at another school while working towards a degree at Clark College.
- Preparatory Coursework Contract
Available to eligible students who are pursuing a competitive/limited entry at Clark College or students who are taking required courses to gain eligibility into a program at another college or university. Under preparatory coursework, students are only eligible to receive a Federal direct loan for a maximum of one year.